Date and Time:
06/26/2024 11:00am to 12:30pm PDT
Recorded Date:
Registration Deadline:
Wednesday, June 26, 2024 - 11:00am
1.5 CA (Qualifies for Legal Specialization credit) & 1.5 TX
Recording, $125.00

Level: Intermediate / Advanced

The consequences of a removal order can be serious and far-reaching for noncitizens. This webinar will introduce participants to the wide range of legal consequences that can arise from a removal order, as well as remedies and strategies that may be available to help overcome these consequences. We will discuss best practices from the standpoint of enforcement and long-term goals of our noncitizen clients.


Erin Quinn, Managing Attorney - ILRC

Erin Quinn is an attorney based in San Francisco. Her work focuses on building capacity of organizations and practitioners to assist immigrants. She conducts trainings on immigration law throughout the United States and provides legal expertise through the ILRC’s Attorney of the Day program. Erin has contributed to numerous ILRC publications as author or editor, including Removal Defense: Defending Immigrants in Immigration CourtEssentials of Asylum and many others. In addition, Erin works on issues related to immigration status and healthcare as well as consumer protection. She has published articles with LexisNexis Emerging Issues and American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).

Prior to coming to the ILRC, Erin represented immigrants in all aspects of their immigration matters, with an emphasis on removal defense and complex cases. She was owner and attorney at her own firm for 5 years after defending immigrants as an associate at the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe. Her experience in immigration law and policy includes working as a fellow for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, EU headquarters in Belgium; clerking for the Immigration Court of San Francisco; and teaching courses as a lecturer at California State University, East Bay. Erin is on the Advisory Council for the Northern California Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), in which she serves as Consumer Protection Coordinator.

Erin holds a joint degree in law and public policy (JD/MPP) from the University of Michigan, where she was co-editor of Michigan Journal of Gender & Law. She received her undergraduate degree from University of California, Los Angeles, where she majored in English and Anthropology. She is a member of the California Bar and proficient in Spanish.

Aruna Sury, Senior Staff Attorney - ILRC

Aruna Sury is a Senior Staff Attorney with the ILRC’s San Francisco office. Her work focuses on removal defense, administrative and federal appeals, and immigration consequences of crimes. Through the ILRC’s Attorney of the Day program, Aruna provides legal guidance to criminal defense and immigration counsel. She regularly contributes to ILRC publications by authoring and updating content that enables practitioners to provide high quality representation to their clients. Aruna also presents ILRC trainings and CLE courses on a variety of topics.

Since obtaining her law degree from the University of Texas at Austin in 2001, Aruna has dedicated her career to the areas of immigration and civil rights in various settings in San Francisco, Seattle, and Austin. She has worked in law firm and solo practice environments as well as in non-profit and public organizations, including Washington Defender Association, University of Washington, Kids in Need of Defense, and Political Asylum Project of Austin (now American Gateways). Aruna’s personal interest is in immigrants’ due process rights, particularly the right to effective counsel and expansive access to judicial review. She has litigated numerous cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as other circuit courts.

Cori Hash, Senior Staff Attorney - ILRC

Cori Hash joined the ILRC as a Senior Staff Attorney in 2024 and is based in Austin, Texas. She came to the ILRC after nearly two decades working in the field of immigrant rights and immigration law.  

Cori was most recently in private practice at Lincoln-Goldfinch Law firm, a boutique law firm in Austin, TX specializing in immigration law. Prior to Lincoln-Goldfinch Law, Cori was the Managing Attorney of the Washington, D.C. office of Human Rights First where she oversaw the pro bono legal representation of indigent asylum seekers by staff and volunteer lawyers in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

Cori began her legal career as an Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Kentucky Equal Justice Center, creating a project to address the unmet legal needs of the growing immigrant and refugee communities in Central and Eastern Kentucky. She also taught immigration law courses at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Prior to law school, Cori served as a volunteer in the United States Peace Corps in Zimbabwe.

Cori has a bachelor's degree in Latin American Studies and Plan II Honors from the University of Texas and a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law. She is a member of the bars in Texas, Kentucky and Virginia, and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. She is fluent in Spanish.